Beth Grosskopf was an average resident of an average, quiet little town of Freedom, PA. Grosskopf, a department store employee who was well-liked by fellow workers and customers, had recently deposited $31,000 into her bank account from the sale of some family property. Police theorized money was the motive for the crime: her violent murder. Was it her over-bearing boyfriend? Her live-in renter? Or someone else? Who could hate her enough to stab her 31 times in her own home?